Afternoon Blog Roundup

Big Government – Jason Bradley  –  Wind Farm Follies and Renewable Energy Disasters
Big Government –  Larry Kudlow  –  Super Committee Tax Hike Spells Disaster

The Foundry –   Ernest Istook  –  Where Can Congress Find Room to Cut? Look to Obamacare.
The Foundry –   Mike Brownfield  –  Even in Liberal California, School Choice Gets Thumbs Up

Hot Air –  Steve Eggleston  – Senate Rules Committee freezes out Tea Party Debt Commission hearing
Hot Air –  Tina Korbe  – Pelosi proclaims her goal to “do for childcare what we did for healthcare”

National Review Online – Charles Krauthammer  – The Pipeline Sellout
National Review Online – Mario Loyola  – What a Downer

Newsmax –  Henry Reske  – Poll: Belief in US Supremacy Declines
Newsmax –  Inside Cover  – Wary Democrats Keep Distance from Occupy Protests

Red State –  Brad Jackson  – Germany Looks to Consolidate Their Power in the EU

Townhall –  Michelle Malkin  – The Accountability Charade
Townhall –  Ken Blackwell  – Obama’s Russia Policy: Trust, Don’t Verify

The Weekly Standard – Daniel Halper  – 51 Congressmen Urge Holder to Resign
The Weekly Standard – Dalibor Rohac  – Can Italy Be Fixed?

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  1. Did you folks see Sarah Palin’s op-ed in the Wall Street Journal yesterday?

    http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052970204323904577040373463191222.html

    I was very happy to see Sarah’s editorial. Do you think that we can count on this issue picking up momentum and becoming a major issue of 2012? I was especially taken with this quote:

    “This call for real reform must transcend political parties. The grass-roots movements of the right and the left should embrace this. The tea party’s mission has always been opposition to waste and crony capitalism, and the Occupy protesters must realize that Washington politicians have been “Occupying Wall Street” long before anyone pitched a tent in Zuccotti Park.”

    How open are conservatives and liberals to putting aside all other politics, and focusing on an important issue like this one? A coalition composed of both left- and right- minded people would send a very powerful message, and could actually kick Congress into action.

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